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Wildlife Photographer of Vadodara explained importance of identifying wildlife and bird resources to more than 7000 students of 12 schools and villagers

Solo campaign conducted in collaboration with Vadodara Wildlife Department

Wildlife Photographer of Vadodara explained importance of identifying wildlife and bird resources to more than 7000 students of 12 schools and villagers
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Vadodara Wildlife and bird photographer Dr. Rahul Bhagwat has done a single campaign - one man movement as part of unique celebration of Wildlife Week. He has got the firm support of Vadodara Wildlife Department.

During the last seven days, he has roamed Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary area and organized wildlife resource photo exhibitions in 14 schools. More than 7000 students and villagers have understood the importance of environment and wildlife

He has inspired the students and villagers about protection of animals, birds by identifying them, characteristics, habitats, food and lifestyle, breeding and birth and the dangers posed to them by showing video presentations and documentaries in schools under the campaign. Drawing, oratory, essay, slogan competitions in schools about the life of wild animals and birds have increased the knowledge of the beneficiaries.

Expressing the feeling that wild animals and birds are an invaluable heritage of nature's diversity, Dr. Bhagwat said that this heritage will be preserved only by cultivating understanding of its importance in the child generation. Otherwise, many animals and birds have become extinct and the survival of many is in danger. This is an attempt to contribute in avoiding the situation.

Aradhana Sahu, chief forest conservator in the wildlife department, has given a lot of impetus to his campaign. The campaign has been organized with the full cooperation of the officials and employees of the wildlife department as well as the field staff of Jambughoda.

Along with it during these days he has also taken pictures of the birds rejoicing in the forests and fields covered with greenery due to the monsoon.

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